Webcast: Innovation in Forest Carbon Solutions

Join GreenBiz for a conversation on the role of forests in addressing climate change and how technology can make forest carbon projects more credible. In this one-hour webcast, GreenBiz Editorial Director, Heather Clancy, will moderate a discussion with World Resources Institute, Pachama, Verra, and Microsoft on key trends in the use of technology to improve forest carbon projects.

Among the topics:

  • The rationale for investing in innovative forest projects
  • How to participate in innovative solutions for climate change
  • The top criteria for vetting forest carbon solutions
  • How technology can help de-risk and scale forest carbon projects


Heather Clancy, Editorial Director, GreenBiz Group


  • Fred Stolle, Deputy Director, Forests, World Resources Institute
  • Diego Saez-Gil, CEO & Co-founder, Pachama
  • Toby Janson-Smith, Chief Innovation Officer, Verra
  • Elizabeth Willmott, Carbon Program Manager, Microsoft


Tuesday, August 4, 2020 1:00-2:00pm ET (10:00-11:00 am PT) 


Learn more about webcasts on GreenBiz.com

Author: MFON

Mfon Essien is an experienced environmental sustainability professional with cross-cultural & international experience (Middle East & Africa) in developing, coordinating and implementing environmental management systems and environmental sustainability initiatives that go beyond compliance. He has gained mastery in the areas of developing environmental sustainability strategies, implementing policies and procedures, and achieving best results for all stakeholders within mandatory legislative and voluntary best practice requirements. He oversees operations at sustainabilitysolutions.net

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